A week after alleging the United States CIA conspired with the South Korean Intelligence Services to recruit and brainwash a North Korean citizen to kill their “Supreme Leadership” with an arguably non-existent “biochemical weapon,” North Korea is now demanding the world hand over the terror suspects that are responsible.

In a statement seemingly directed at no one in particular, North Korean vice foreign minister Han Song Ryol told foreign diplomats and reporters in Pyongyang that “The Central Prosecutor’s Office will ask for the handover of those criminals and prosecute them under the relevant laws.”

According to our law, the Central Public Prosecutor’s Office of the DPRK will use all available methods to start to work to demand the handover of the criminals involved, so as to punish the organizers, conspirators and followers of this terrible state-sponsored terrorism,” Han said.

The minister neglected to tell the crowd how many suspects there may be, what their identities are, or even what nations that are supposedly in.  Despite that, the Chinese media outlet Xinhua reports that North Korean officials had vowed to “hunt down to the last one of the suspects in every corner of the earth.”